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|Public Works seeks out and makes available the perspective of leading scholars in the humanities and humanistic social sciences on emergent questions that have long-term significance in our public conversations. Shorter than monographs, these works offer the freedom of long-form essays and the tools of digital media.|
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|<h2 id="russian-travelogues"><cite>Russian Travelogues</cite></h2>|
|Series Editor: Sergey Glebov, Smith College & Amherst College|
|Russian Travelogues introduces to the English-speaking world narratives of exploration, travel, and conquest produced by representatives of the military, missionary, and scholarly communities in imperial Russia. “These travelogues represent a very helpful contribution to bringing the imperial turn into the classroom and broader scholarly discussion. They provide a revealing entree into problems of empire, difference, hierarchical relations, and other complexes of ideas and practices that characterized nineteenth-century approaches to rulership… at the same time, scholars working on that period of European imperial history will find their own avenue into a more broadly comparative approach” - David McDonald, University of Wisconsin, Madison|
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|<h2 id="video-game-art-reader"><cite>Video Game Art Reader</cite></h2>|
|Series Editor: Tiffany Funk, University of Illinois, Chicago & Video Game Art Gallery; Managing Editor: Michael Reed, Video Game Art Gallery|